Thursday, July 22, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Goes together like oil and fire

Posted By on Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 7:59 AM

Mike and Mike It's been over a half a year since the new Spokane Valley City Council asked their city manager to resign. Now, the council has finally proposed two possible replacements: Michael Wilson, who runs a consulting business in Gig Harbor; and Mike Jackson, currently the Spokane Valley parks and rec director. (SR)

Fire alarm Police have warned a Northwood neighborhood about a serial arsonist in the area. He — or she — has attempted to set three fires in the last 30 days. (KXLY)

Crash dummy Tip for healthy living: If you must be involved in a car thief ring, and you must be carrying stolen property, try not to roll your car, thereby allowing cops to arrest you and two of your buddies.

What could possibly go wrong? So a number of workers on some Gulf oil rig near Louisiana kept complaining about safety on a confidential survey a few months ago, but didn't say anything for fear they'd be fired. Yeah, that oil rig.

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